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Thursday 8th November 7pm

The Light in The Dark: A Winter Journal  with Horatio Clare
As the  nights draw in,  what could be a greater pleasure than settling down with a mulled wine in the company of the wonderful travel and nature writer Horatio Clare, to see and celebrate winter in all its shadows and lights. We will raise a torch against the darkness, illuminating the blackest corners of the season, and delving into memory and myth to explore the powerful hold that winter has on us. Followed by a book signing.

Thursday 22nd November 7pm
Poetry Night at The Book Case

Kim Moore, Tom Jenks and Polly Atkin

Join us for our very last poetry night!  We have three amazing poets and there will be mulled wine and mince pies for our grande finale!

Kim Moore's
collection The Art of Falling was published
by Seren in 2015 and won the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize.  A poem
from the collection was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best
Published Poem.  Her pamphlet If We Could Speak Like Wolves won the
2012 Poetry Business Pamphlet Competition.

Tom Jenks'
most recent book is A Long and Hard Night Troubled by
Visions (if p then q, 2018), Crabtree: The Libretto, a commission by the Manchester OperaProject, was performed in Manchester in 2017. He edits the small press zimZalla, specialising in literary objects.

Polly Atkin's
collection Basic Nest Architecture (Seren: 2017) is followed by a  pamphlet, With Invisible Rain (New Walk Press: 2018), which draws on Dorothy Wordsworth's late journals to find a way to articulate pain. She has taught English and Creative Writing at Lancaster University, and the Universities of
Strathclyde and Cumbria.

Tickets £6 includes refreshments